The baby name Inaki is a boy name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "ee-NAH-kee".
Inaki is Basque in Origin.
Inaki is a Basque name that means "my little Saint John". It is a masculine name that is commonly used in the Basque Country, which is an autonomous region in northern Spain. The name has a strong cultural significance in the Basque community, as it reflects their unique language and traditions. Inaki is pronounced as "ee-NAH-kee" in English.
The name Inaki has a long history in the Basque Country, dating back to the Middle Ages. It is derived from the Basque word "Eneko", which means "my little Saint John". Saint John the Baptist is a significant figure in Basque culture, and the name Inaki is often given to boys born on his feast day, which is celebrated on June 24th. The name has become increasingly popular in recent years, both in the Basque Country and among people of Basque descent around the world.
Inaki is a masculine name that is typically given to boys. It is a popular name in the Basque Country, but it is also used by people of Basque descent in other parts of the world. The name has a strong cultural significance in the Basque community, as it reflects their unique language and traditions. The name is easy to pronounce in English, and it has a pleasant sound that makes it a popular choice for parents looking for a unique and meaningful name for their son.